Welcome to the world of Nathan Ezra Trimm aka the GHOSTHEART. Loud colors, bubbly characters, and just a hint of dark and twisted. The Texas based neo-surrealist draws from his childlike imagination, giving each illustration its own energy. GHOSTHEART encourages viewers to let loose their own minds to find meanings and depth that is personal to … Continue reading GHOSTHEART’s NeoPop Land

  Delicate faces peer through bright flowers and young figures float among palms and branches. These are the digital paintings of Jiwoon Pak, a Seoul based artist who studied at the Valenciennes Art and Design school in France.  These images give off a quiet innocence and are reminiscent of traditional Korean paintings. Attack Jiwoon Pak! jiwoonpak.com * … Continue reading Delicate Scenes of Jiwoon Pak

There is a tension narrated in the digital paintings of Turkish artist Aykut Aydogdu. A blend of figures and fauna create a curious dreamscape that questions the essence of humanity, it’s struggles, and it’s place among nature. Attack Aykut Aydogdu! Behance * Instagram

Recently caught up with artist Andrew Soria on his visit to Orlando and talked with him about his unique landscapes and art making process.

By Kevin Titzer James Kerr is a busy man. In addition to keeping up with his very funny and prolific blog Scorpion Dagger, James has collaborated on flip book machines, created News Toons for Vice and is now dipping his toe into augmented reality. He may have a few more things in the wings, but he’s … Continue reading Conversation with James Kerr AKA Scorpion Dagger